Herbstreit called Georgia’s offensive struggles in 2019 a “collective effort,” pointing out that Fromm didn’t have the same level supporting cast around him.
“They didn’t necessarily have the receiver play they had the past two years when he was a freshman and sophomore, they weren’t able to get the ball downfield in this offense, and I think eventually it caught up with them,” Herbstreit said.
“I think they also re-evaluated their offensive coordinator,” he said, referring to James Coley being replaced by Todd Monken as the Bulldogs’ offensive coordinator.
“They’re going in a different direction, which I think maybe will help them moving forward.”
Amazing what this guy gets paid to provide the same kind of analysis you can find in the comments section of this blog on a weekly basis. Give yourselves a raise, peeps!